Omni Corpus Christi Hotel
900 North Shoreline Blvd.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

The Beaches of Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi Fishing

There's much more to do on the beaches of Corpus Christi other than swimming and sunbathing. Go fishing on the South Packery Chanel Beach, surfing at J.P. Luby Surf Park/North Packery Beach, enjoy a campfire on Whitecap Beach or Mustang Island or take a stroll on Padre Island National Seashore and see all sorts of wildlife. Omni Corpus Christi Hotel is only a few miles away from the area's best beaches, so enjoy luxurious accommodations on your next trip to Corpus Christi.

Things to Know Before You Go to the Beach

  • Most Corpus Christi Beaches allow vehicles on the beach and require a beach pass. The cost is $12 and lasts a full calendar year.
  • Campfires are allowed on some beaches. Burning of pallets is not allowed.
  • Make sure to wear sunscreen!
  • Please pick up your trash before you leave. We ask that you only leave your footprints!

Learn more about Corpus Christi beaches.

Private Fishing Charters Out of Corpus Christi

Whether expert or beginner, we offer a modern up-to-date fishing adventure for you.

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Retreat to Romance at Omni Corpus Christi Hotel

Guests who book this package receive:

  • Luxurious accommodations  
  • $100 cuisine & cocktail credit per stay
  • A bottle of Chandon sparkling wine delivered to room upon arrival
  • Romantic turndown service including robes, music and lighting
  • Concierge pre-call to assist with special romantic touches and personal requests
  • Late check-out: 1:00 p.m.

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Guest Favorites

at Omni Corpus Christi Hotel

Family at aquarium

Texas State Aquarium

Visit stingrays, dolphins, turtles and other ocean animals at the Texas State Aquarium.

Escape and Save

Escape and enjoy 15% off our best available rates.

Omni Corpus Christi Hotel USS Lexington

USS Lexington

Visit this WWII Essex Class aircraft carrier that earned the name Blue Ghost after reportedly being sunk four times